Michael Dell founded our company in 1984 in Austin, Texas, with an unprecedented idea — by selling computer systems directly to customers, we could deliver the most effective computing solutions to meet their needs.
Today Dell connects with more than 5.4 billion customers every day — on the phone, in person, on Dell.com and, increasingly, through social networking sites.
Our 96,000 team members around the world are committed to making technology work harder for customers and communities.
We make technology more accessible to people and organizations around the world. We ship more than 110,000 systems every day to customers in 180 countries — that’s more than one every second.
(Dell's About Us info was posted here 9/3/10)
Dell's first cellular device is the Dell Aero.
- The Dell Venue 4.1" capacitive touchscreen device with Dell Stage software that allows you to easily organize your music, apps, photos, and more. Other features include Flash Player 10, Android 2.2, GMS HW compliant with G-sensor, WiFi, and 1 GHz processor. We will update complete specs when they become available.
- The Dell Streak 7 tablet is T-Mobile's first 4G tablet which is capable of speeds up to 21 Mbps. The Streak 7 comes loaded with Android 2.2 OS, 7" touchscreen with Gorilla Glass, WiFi sharing, USB tethering, and a dual core processor.
- The Dell Venue Pro offers a 4.1 inch WVGA AMOLED capacitive touchscreen with multi-touch functions. Other key features included in this Windows Phone 7 device include a 5MP camera, Bing Search and Maps, G-sensor, proximity sensor, e-compass, and ambient light sensor.
- The Dell Aero is their first cellular phone. Key features include a 5 MP camera with video capture, 3.5mm headset jack, 245 MB of internal memory, and extremely lightweight at 3.67 ounces.